Amazing Brand New Footage Of The Grand Tour released in the official trailer for Season 2

LAUNCH DATE SET FOR 8TH DECEMBER 2017

Amazon Prime Video have announced that the highly anticipated second season of The Grand Tour, Amazon’s number one global hit show, will launch exclusively on Prime Video on 8 December 2017. The new episodes featuring Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will be released weekly, exclusively for Prime Video members.
 
Alongside the announcement of the launch date, a new trailer has been released here to provide an exclusive first look of what season 2 has in store. Beginning with a heart-stopping, vertigo-inducing moment, the three presenters are reintroduced to fans as they daringly slide down the side of a snowy mountain whilst Paul McCartney’s Live and Let Die from the 1973 James Bond film of the same name plays out. 
 
 
The Grand Tour’s new trailer showcases an epic mix of the world’s most incredible cars and other ‘vehicles’ alongside stunning scenery and a healthy dose of mud, dirt and adrenaline. For season 2, the trio have filmed across five continents, visiting more places than ever before including Croatia, Mozambique, Dubai, Spain, Switzerland, Colorado and New York with their giant studio tent being given a permanent home in the Cotswolds. 
As the hugely anticipated season 2 of Amazon Prime Video’s global hit show The Grand Tour fast approaches, Clarkson, Hammond and May, under instruction, look to make a few changes from last year’s series. In a brand new behind the scenes video, Jeremy, Richard and James try to come up with an alternative to last year’s ‘Celebrity Brain Crash’ segment with questionable results. 
 
 
Fans will have to tune in to the return of The Grand Tour on Amazon Prime Video on December 8 to find out if any of the ideas actually make the show! For season 2, the trio have filmed across five continents, visiting more places than ever before including Croatia, Mozambique, Dubai, Spain, Switzerland, Colorado and New York with their giant studio tent being given a permanent home in the Cotswolds. Customers can re-watch all of series one anytime on Prime Video and follow The Grand Tour on Facebook, and Twitter to be the first notified of upcoming news.

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